List number: 1153910
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NT9928828105

War Memorial, Wooler


The War Memorial in Wooler is located on Tower Hill. The memorial, built in c.1920, is a stone cross with a Celtic wheel-head design.[1] It was dedicated to those lost in the First World War is inscribed: "To / the memory of / those from the / Wooler district / who fell in the / Great War / 1914-1919 / Their name / liveth / for evermore. /No / hate was theirs / no thirst for fame / when forth to Death / by Honour sent. / Life beckoned sweet / the Great Call came / They knew their duty / and they went."[2]  The monument was later also dedicated to those lost in the Second World War. The monument is Grade II listed.

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War memorial in Wooler

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Tower Hill, Wooler

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WAR MEMORIAL - Wooler - List Entry
- "War memorial. c.1920. Sandstone. Tapering rock-faced plinth and ashlar panels bearing names of fallen. Celtic wheel-head cross above with interlace and vine scrolls. Inscribed "No hate was theirs No ...

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Cross 1914-18 1939-45 Tower Hill
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Tower Hill,  Wooler
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Tower Hill, Wooler
- Overview Map Street View Tower Hill in Wooler was the location of Wooler Tower, built in the 16th century in a time when there were frequent attacks from Scotland. The ...
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Tower Hill war memorial

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Tower Hill, Wooler

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Wooler at War
- The War Memorial on Tower Hill in Wooler is inscribed with the names of 76 local men who lost their lives in the First World War. Later, the names of ...

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